this one at harwood and milwaukee in wauwatosa. right now, he has roughly a dozen posts that need a guard. >> but in the same respect we want to talk to 100 if we can because we want to build up a back up force. mojeck says qualified applicants need to have a clear criminal background and be able to come work, rain, shine, or snow. >> they have to enjoy working with kids and be tolerant to be working with people in traffic it can be hectic sometimes. >> here at this intersection in wauwatosa the crosswalk is clearly marked, and there are stop signs all round but school officials want a crossing guard here to add that extra layer of security. in wauwatosa, tim elliott, wisn 12 news. toya: if you're interested in becoming a part-time crossing guard, we have information posted on our website, just visit wisn.com and click on the story.